'The Killer Inside Me' comes home on pay-per-view, Tulsa movie screen
“The Killer Inside Me” has quietly stolen onto pay-per-view television.
The controversial $13 million feature film that was shot in and around Guthrie, Oklahoma City, Enid, Tulsa and Cordell in May and June 2009 will also open Aug. 20 for a week-long run on the big screen at Tulsa’s Circle Cinema Theatre, marking the first time the movie has been shown theatrically in the state where it was filmed.
“It’s opening up that Friday, it’s going to get a full week run and maybe longer if it does good,” theater office manager Chuck Foxen said.
Meanwhile, local movie fans who can’t wait to see what all the fuss has been about can pay $5.99 to watch it on their home screens right now, if they have access to Cox Communications’ On Demand cable television service.
Bruce Berkinshaw, director of product management at Cox, said “The Killer Inside Me” began running on pay-for-view in Oklahoma City and Tulsa on July 6, and will probably be available on the service through October.
The film is still playing on 14 theater screens around the country, and had racked up a total of $146,444 in domestic ticket sales as of last Sunday. It had its official U.S. opening in New York on June 18.
“‘The Killer Inside Me’ is currently in limited theatrical release and gradually expanding its market,” said Jill Simpson, director of the Oklahoma Film and Music Office, which was instrumental in bringing the movie’s production crew to the state last year.
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